Nvidia announced today that it is bringing fortnite Back on the Apple platform with an open beta on Android and iOS devices via its cloud gaming service, Nvidea GeForce Now. This limited time trial will take place on Nvidea GeForce Now Android app and iOS Safari web browser. Note that this is the Apple web browser, not an app.
GeForce Now members can Sign up for Open Beta before the start of next week. However, there is limited space available, so not everyone who signs up will necessarily receive an invite. Those who wish to participate but do not yet have an Nvidea GeForce Now account can sign up for free.
Nvidia’s cloud gaming service doesn’t cost anything for its basic subscription, though the paid tiers offer more features like longer session lengths and the ability for higher resolution graphics. Although GeForce Now offers PC and mobile options, its fortnite The beta is exclusively for mobile devices and implements touch controls.
fortnite It’s especially hilarious to see Apple and Epic Games return to iOS in such a roundabout way since last year. apple removed fortnite Withdrew from its App Store in 2020 for breaking its developer agreement and setting up a system that prevents Apple from cutting its revenue from in-app purchases. The incident culminated in the famous Apple v. Epic court case, which in part turned into an online exposition. As a result, fortnite Banned from App Store. Todd Sweeney also alleges that Apple blacklisted fortnite From the storefront for five years.
It is not at all clear when gave The beta will start next week. Interested fans can still sign up for a waiting list through the Nvidia website.